Just buy from GoG or pirate like a normal human being.
It really wasn't that big of a deal and it lasted like 2 hours.
What happened was tens of millions of kids got gift cards and tried to redeem them at the same time blah blah blah.
I was so disappointed I couldn't play my original copy of Portal 2 without installing Steam. Fuck Steam.
Steam is good for promoting and feeding the developers of great indie titles. All but 2 of the games I have on steam are small under games. I don't know why anyone would buy a major title off there.
Insane online sales?
Besides DRM-free GOG, what is the superior alternative to getting games?
Sanest Man Alive
Playism's the best for scrounging through Japanese indie/doujin games, and a lot of it's English translated so the language barrier's not such a problem (might still be some minor compatibility quibbles).
Humble Bundle has their own store now in case you're tired of not seeing what you want in their actual bundles, and a portion of your purchases go to a charity of your choosing.
If nothing else, Steam makes it easiest to hook up with my friends for online shenanigans without running Skype or such in the background (for me at least, multiplayer is vastly improved when you can actually talk to people you play with). And as much shit as it gets (and deserves), it's still far better than EA's Origin or Ubisoft's Uplay.
I dunno what's "superior", but I use each for their own reasons.
Oh, and -1 star for a PSA that doesn't contain shit catching fire or people hurting themselves and each other with lab/construction equipment.
|Caminante Nocturno |
I'm not comfortable with that fact that someone out there might know that I have 63 cents in my Steam wallet.
Oh, no! Now everyone knows!
chet those are phishing emails, nobody is selling hog cum that cheap
|Tough American Bouncer |
Just that you know, I bought the HuniePop game as a joke.
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